Here Comes the Sun (Mercury)

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The Menthar Corridor Saga
Mercury Mission History · Garuda Mission History · Invicta Mission History
Mercury Logs · Garuda Logs · Invicta Logs
Overview Individual Missions
2388-89 Ghosteroid · The Taint of Sanctuary · Hostile Takeovers · Relic · New Alliances · Here Comes the Sun
2390 Personal Request · Journey to the Lost Library · End of Days · Priceless · No Rest for the Wicked
2391 Visit to Neverland · The Kubarey · R&R at DS10 · Blockades and Diplomacy · Treachery on the Mud Dome · Ghost Ship · Quarantine
2392
Garuda
Invicta
Little Ship Of Horrors · The Time Traveling Planet · Demons Past · The Q Collection · Judgment · The Road Not Taken · Manhunt
2393 Mayday · The Unturned Stone · Atonement · Museum Ship · To Boldly Go... · The Continuing Mission
Gorkon Mission History · Gorkon Logs
2392 A Sinking Ship · A Monstrous Murder Mystery
2393 Annus Horribilis · Annus Horribilis, Part 2
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Mission Summary

Part 1

  • Stardate 238912

December found the Mercury crew on leave at Starbase 118 with the crews of Ops and the USS Apollo, allowing them some much-needed downtime. However, almost directly following the ribbon and promotion ceremony, the Mercury was put back into space with standing orders to relieve the SCE at Deep Space 10 and continue rehabilitation to aid Starfleet’s explorative push into the Menthar Corridor. The majority of the ship’s crew was to transfer over upon arrival, but initial teams consisted of less than 20 crewmembers in two teams, under the commands of Cmdr. Cain and Lt. Cmdr. Velana. Trouble soon struck: The away teams discovered that all the personnel left behind on DSX had vanished; that the station’s “spider” maintenance bots had mysteriously reactivated; and that a series of unexplained events left the Mercury without transporter capabilities.

Part 2

  • Stardate 239001

The away teams on Deep Space 10 faced escalating troubles in addition to their search for the missing SCE crewmen when Eta Corvi sent out a coronal mass ejection. Although the Mercury and her support craft would be protected by their shields, DSX — with nothing but minimal power — would face radiation that would prove deadly to the away teams. The Mercury raced to get its transporters back online; the shuttle crews raced to find the away teams within DSX; and the away teams raced to find the missing personnel. Thankfully, all was well that ended well, and the transporters on the Mercury were restored minutes before the CME passed by the station.